Botany Teacher Resume

Botany is study of all kinds of plant species found on earth. Botany indeed, is a voluminous subject. The botanical approached of studying a plant, generally involves a lot of microscopic testing and observing of the samples collected from the object plant. In short, botanical study is complex.

At the school level, botanical studies involve introduction to plant classification principles, characteristics of representative plant from each category and some the important theories. Again, it is clear the students are totally unaware of approaches followed in advanced botany; hence use of simple language becomes necessary for clear understanding of the subject.

Find below a resume sample for a high-school level botany teacher.

Sample Botany Teacher Resume:
Tom Green
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA-90003
(123) 456-7890
tom@email.com

Career Objective:
To seek the position of botany teacher in a well reputed high school

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Tremendously knowledgeable botany teacher with 4+ years of teaching experience in a reputed school
  • Strong teaching aptitude to accompany the varied teaching experience
  • Crystal clear knowledge of all the underlying principles in botany and their mutual correlation
  • Thorough knowledge of the major inventions in botany and able to provide students detailed information regarding the same
  • Greatly familiar with student’s common questions and concerns about botany
  • Able to handle all kinds of teaching aids such as the traditional model demonstration and the advanced computerized visualization
  • Proficient in using all the common computer aided tools
  • Able to speak highly fluent English, accompanied by excellent comprehension skills
  • Professional Work Experience:
    XYZ High-school, Los Angeles CA (2004-Present)
    Botany Teacher

  • Delivering lectures and conducting practical course sessions
  • Preparing study notes as per the syllabus and distributing respective notes as per the topic being studied
  • Using sufficient number of teaching aids for providing students a clear understanding of the subject
  • Demonstrating to students, as many real time species samples as possible
  • Designing and conducting regular and surprise assessment tests for students and providing individual feedback
  • Providing detailed guidance to students for laboratory work, both for experimental and the common laboratory techniques and conventions
  • Academic education:

  • Bachelor of science with Biology major from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2002)
  • Master of science with Botany major from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2004)
  • Associate Diploma in Education from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2005)
  • References: Will be available on request

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